Artists from different backgrounds and nationalities have welcomed Ramadan with a heart filled with peace, harmony, and joy. And art is the best way to express and communicate as Duba-based Art Forum UAE
An exhibition showing the works of painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, famed for his portrayal of Paris's cafes, brothels and cabarets at the end of the nineteenth century, opens next week in the French capital.
The inaugural edition of the EuroTier Middle East 2019 that concluded at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center recently facilitated trade deals worth Dhs100 million, and attracted over 10,892 visitors during its three-day run,
The International Photography Festival (Xposure 2019), now in its fourth year, has unveiled five outdoor exhibitions across popular malls and public venues in Dubai and Sharjah, in its bid to continue offering the very best of modern photography to the UAE public on its prestigious platform.
A group of UAE-based artists have got a unique platform to showcase their works in a collective art exhibition dedicated to promoting a gender-balanced world. The two-day show will run parallel to the Women in Leadership Economic Forum,
Petra is familiar with the desert – and much of the landscapes of the Middle East and the rest of the world – since she has lived and worked in Berlin, New York, Paris and Rome before making Dubai her new home.
The title of the show, from a quote of Frida Kahlo, stems from “Flower Power”, an informal counterculture movement of the late 1960s advocating peace and universal love, using the flower as a symbol.
The exhibition presents more than 60 works spanning sculpture, prints, video, virtual reality, robotics and algorithmic programmes developed by more than 30 international artists.
As quilting remains a perennially popular hobby for people of all ages, the 2020 edition of the International Quilt Show Dubai is set to break records as the biggest event the region has ever seen, attracting crowds of up to 1,000 people each day.
The interactive and experiential celebration of the acclaimed Danish writer’s life and works is the first of its kind in the Arab region and will be displayed at the Sharjah Art Museum for three months until May 30.